assam internet shutdown : Assam: Mobile internet shut down for third grade exams, 2nd such case in eight days

The second time in the past eight days, mobile internet in Assam has been shut down to hold Assam government third grade exams. Mobile internet services

in 26 of Assam’s 35 districts were closed for four hours on Sunday.

The stop was there from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday chaired a meeting with senior government officials via video conference to take stock of preparations for the recruitment exams to be held on Sunday to fill vacancies in the post of grade III.

The Chief Minister has asked them to ensure that no one uses unfair means in the review process. He asked the officials concerned to take all necessary steps to ensure that the review process takes place in the same transparent manner as for grade IV posts earlier.

Referring to the recruitment exams for Grade IV positions held on August 21, the Chief Minister said he was happy that the number of absentees was negligible, compared to other recruitment exams held earlier in the state. This was due to the transparency in recruitment that the administration was able to maintain.

The exams are held to fill nearly 30,000 positions for which more than 1.4 million candidates applied. The third is 9/11.

The Gauhati High Court on Friday dismissed the petition challenging the Assam government’s decision to suspend mobile internet services during the Grade III and IV recruitment exams for various government positions.

Hearing a motion in writ, Judge Suman Shyam held that the petitioner had provided no prima facie case on the matter. “This Court is also of the view that the petitioner has failed to establish a record of the facts in support of his application for interim measures. Accordingly, the application for an interim order is dismissed,” the court said. ‘arrangement.

Recently, when asked that the move has caused inconvenience to taxi operators and other internet-dependent businesses, he replied, “Those who have encountered problems should come to me. The fact that a hassle free review proves that it was a good decision.. This decision is made with transparency in mind and will benefit the children of taxi dependents.”

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